Student Security Fund
The Student Security Fund was created in 2001 and operates on funds allocated from the Student Security Fee, paid for by the students of Missouri State University. The Student Security Fund shall fund projects on an annual basis with the exception of a project that requires a multiyear contract. This exception shall be approved through SGA Senate.
Student Initiative Fund
The Student Initiative Fund is a program initiated in 2016 by the students of Missouri State University. It has been created for student led initiatives that do not fall under the Wyrick Fee, the Sustainanability Fee, and the Student Experience Fund. Examples of possible proposals range from additions to residence halls, creation of campus programs, scholorships, and building renovations.
The Sustainability Fund uses student fees to advance Missouri State University's efforts to create a more sustainable campus and student experience. Examples of uses of the Sustainability Fund include the placement of solar panels in front of Duane Meyer Library, and placing hydration stations around campus.
The Wyrick Fund is an outlet for students to bring their ideas for capital improvements into reality. This includes improvements/additions to campus buildings or campus grounds. Examples of past projects that utilized the Wyrick Fund include the Bear Head on the side of Hutchens House and the seating plaza in front of Hammons Fountain.